New job Manager, International Recruitment in Saskatchewan
Manager, International Recruitment
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $44.40 - $55.64 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training is an exciting workplace that recognizes and empowers its people, promotes continuous learning and improvement, and provides value for our clients. We offer dynamic and challenging work for talented individuals in an environment that supports innovation, creativity and diversity.
The mission of the Ministry of Immigration and Career Training is to develop, attract and retain a skilled workforce that supports investment and economic growth in Saskatchewan and helps citizens realize their full potential. It takes great people, working together as a team in order to make this happen. Our core values include providing exceptional customer service, treating others with respect, acting with integrity and upholding our commitment to excellence and innovation as one team. Our team demonstrates these values in our daily behaviours.
The Immigration Services Branch is seeking a Manager of International Recruitment, Immigration Services for a one-year term position. The Manager plays an important role in supporting employer international recruitment to meet Saskatchewan's current and future labour market needs and economic development goals.
Reporting to the Director, International Recruitment and Integrity, your responsibilities will include:
- supervision of six staff;
- supporting staff in the assessment employer requests to hire international workers;
- investigations of potential misrepresentation or fraud related to job requests, applicants, and nominees;
- second reviews/appeals of decisions on employer applications;
- auditing Immigration Services file processing;
- maintenance and delivery of a risk management framework.
- evaluating processes and procedures to improve processing outcomes and streamline services;
- promoting awareness and understanding of the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) and federal immigration criteria and processes to clients and stakeholders to increase participation in the program and increase immigration to Saskatchewan;
- developing working relationships with related federal and provincial agencies and other stakeholders; and,
- consulting with government, community, employers, and other stakeholders.
Success in this role requires:
- Knowledge of labour market trends, needs, and issues in Saskatchewan;
- Knowledge of federal and provincial immigration programs and applicable acts;
- The ability to develop policies and processes;
- The ability to assess complex information to make eligibility decisions;
- The ability to build consensus, develop and manage projects, strong aptitude to recognize and acknowledge cultural and ethnic sensitivities, interpersonal and communication skills to interact with varying levels of education and language capabilities;
- The ability to work independently or collaboratively as a team member with co-workers, stakeholders, and others to consistently meet Ministry and client needs; and,
- Being an enthusiastic team player whom tactfully and respectfully supports colleagues to promote a positive work environment.
Typically, the knowledge and experience required to achieve the above is obtained through a bachelor degree in business administration, commerce, economics or social science. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
What We Offer:
As part of the Saskatchewan public service, working for the Ministry of Immigration and Career training provides you:
- The opportunity to work with purpose to create the opportunity for people to build their careers in the province and support provincial employers to have workers with the right skills at the right time to make Saskatchewan the best place in Canada – to live, to work, to start a business, to get an education, to raise a family and to build a life;
- Professional development and advancement opportunities;
- A comprehensive salary and benefits package including pension;
- Support for work-life balance; and
- Earned days off (EDO) and other types of leave.